Heretics and Horrors of London
Explore London's bloody past. We search for the answers to questions such as: How did Bloody Mary earn her name? Did the Lord Mayor of London commit murder? Were body snatchers a necessity? Did Sherlock Holmes really jump?
Learn how not to murder your wife in the case of Dr Crippen and how to avoid prison after killing your mother.
Suitable for all age groups. Please note all children must be accompanied by an adult. Wheelchair accessible
We meet outside exit 2 of St Paul's Underground Station. Look for our sign.
Early bird tickets available up to 2 weeks before the walk.
Children tickets available for 5-15yrs. Under 5s go free.
Start: St Paul's Station
Finish: Smithfields (equidistant to Barbican, St Pauls and Farringdon stations)
Duration: 90 mins
Wheelchair friendly: yes
What people have said about our Heretics and Horrors Tour on TripAdvisor:
"Great walking tour if you're looking for something to do for a couple of hours before dinner on a Saturday night. Tour guide was really good and was an interesting walk!" Anon
"Great time was had even in the rain! Really good information and little background stories making it seem like yesterday. Hazel has a genius for bringing it all to life!" Linda W
"We took this walk around the city with Havel on Valentine's Day. She was absolutely brilliant, informative and entertaining - even though it was beyond freezing. She really managed to pique my imagination through her descriptions and made me love London even more if that is possible! So amazing to be able to do something fun and affordable." Tara O
"Another enjoyable walk with Hazel. I liked the idea of going macabre for Valentine's Day. As always the tour highlighted buildings and monuments that ordinarily are rushed past and vividly described their tormented past. My baby joined me in his pram and we are already signed up for our next outing with Hazel!" Helen M